Today I am going to share a popular recipe from Udupi Cuisine. Kothambari soppu Tambuli is perfect recipe to beat the heat. Perfectly goes well with piping hot rice and ghee. This week’s theme for #191 #Foodiemonday #Bloghop #DahiDelights was suggested by Priya Iyer who blogs at https://thephotowali.wordpress.com/   Check out her blog for some wonderful recipes. This is one of the most easiest and healthy recipe that can be put together in just 5-7 mins.I am sure you will love it. Try it to believe it. Recipe for Kothambari Soppu Tambuli / Fresh Coriander Tambuli: Ingredients:
  • Fistful of Coriander Leaves
  • 2 Tbsp Thick Yogurt
  • 1/4 Cup grated coconut
  • 2 Green Chillies
  • 1/2 Tsp Jeera
  • 1/2 Tsp Mustard Seeds
  • Few Curry leaves
  • Salt to Taste
  • Generous pinch of hing
  • 1 Tsp Ghee
Method: Grind Coriander , grated coconut and green chilli to get a smooth paste. Do not add water. Next add thick yogurt and blend well. Make a fine paste. Transfer this mixture to a bowl. Add salt and mix well. Heat a small wok or Pan. Add ghee .Once the ghee melts add jeera ,mustard seeds , hing and curry leaves.Once they splutter pour this over the Coriander yogurt Coconut mixture. Serve with Piping hot rice ,ghee and bendekayi Ajethna. A perfect udupi lunch affair. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. I’ve always been intrigued by Tambuli from Udupi, but have never tried it out. This looks so good! With the coconut, coriander, chillies and other spices going in, I can imagine just how delicious this would be!

  2. what a lovely spread and the tambli is absolutely delicious.. we make this and doddapatre version often during summers and its perfect with rice too !

  3. Fresh coriander coconut chilli curd sounds superbly delicious Preethi. A completely new dish for me. You reminded me the restaurant Udupiwalla on the way to Nainital. Enjoyed delicious food there many times. Loved your whole platter.

  4. Love the combination of fresh coriander, coconut in yogurt his no cook curry looks so flavourful so refreshing, perfect for the hot summer season.Lovely Udipi spread!!

  5. Kothambari Soppu Tambuli sounds like an interesting recipe Preethi. Coriander coconut and spices in yogurt, now that is what I’d love to have with my khichdi or pulao especially during the summer months.

  6. Kothambari soppu thambuli will have such a lovely aroma. My mum used to make something similar and your recipe reminded me of these. With steamed rice they are so tasty.

  7. Tambuli tastes best when mixed with piping hot rice or even with pulav ..the best part is ,there is no cooking involved but tastes out of the world .

  8. This kothumbari soppu Tambuli looks delicious. Love the simple recipe which you then temper with ghee. This sounds like a perfect dish to have as a side or a dip.

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